Fortified by the sacraments, our parishioner, Wilda Mayhew, died today (Thursday) around noon. Please remember Wilda and her family in your prayer. Arangements are pending.
The people of St. Peter Parish are
committed to serve Christ
as faithful stewards
centered on the Eucharist,
bringing His Word to life
in the community,
leading all people to a closer relationship
Welcome to our home on the internet. St. Peter Roman Catholic Parish is located near Mary Esther, Florida along the beautiful emerald green waters and sugar-white sand beaches of the panhandle of Northwest Florida.
Whether you are a long time parishioner, newly registered, been away from the Church for a while, or a visitor to the Emerald Coast, I am sure you will find this website full of helpful information.
I extend you a warm welcome to St. Peter Parish should you ever find yourself in this beautiful part of Florida. We are eager to welcome you and your family to our community of faith.
Fr. Paul White
Days of Abstinence: No meat can be eaten on Ash Wednesday and all of the Fridays during Lent. This applies to all Catholics 14 and older.
Days of Fast: Only one full meal is permitted on Ash Wednesday and Good Friday for Catholics between 18 and 59. Two smaller meals are permitted, but the small meals should not equal a second full meal. Drinking coffee, tea and water between meals is allowed. Snacks between meals are not allowed.
Click here for the message of His Holiness, Pope Francis, for Lent 2017
Click here for Lenten resources on our diocesan web page.
Click here to see videos from various conferences.
The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee is committed to healing the hurting hearts of sexual abuse victims. for more information, click here.